On June 1-3, 2022, NetDiligence will once again bring the cyber industry together for the annual Cyber Risk Summit Philadelphia conference. A premier education and networking event, the conference will be attended by cyber insurance, as well as legal, regulatory, and technology leaders from all over the globe.
There are many questions, concerns, and misconceptions in the evolving world of cyber risk, not the least of which surround the role of government agencies like the FBI as it pertains to incident response, ransomware, and mitigating threats.
This year’s attendees will get a chance to hear directly from AD Vorndran about several different topics concerning the FBI’s current and future position on cyber defense.
Listen to the conversation above as Christensen and AD Vorndran give us a snippet of their forthcoming discussion in June.
Topics to be covered at the Cyber Risk Summit Philadelphia:
- Working with the FBI to handle ransomware attacks
- FBI lessons learned for IR from recent nation-state attacks
- What cyber lawyers need to know about the FBI’s approach to incident response
- Key questions the FBI needs to know during IR (and what they don’t need)
- The FBI’s role vs. dealing with regulators during a breach (including commentary on OFAC and ransomware payment guidance)
- Future evolution in the FBI’s role in cyber defense
Learn more about FBI Assistant Director, Bryan Vorndran here.
Learn more about Guillermo Christensen of Ice Miller here.
FBI Official Statement (May 2022)
“Cyber risk is business risk, and cyber security is national security. Together, we can defend America’s value, ingenuity, critical infrastructure, and business equities through robust and enduring partnerships.”
Visit the FBI website to learn more about the FBI’s cyber strategy and mission as well as how the FBI is seeking to partner with the private sector to get ahead of threats and impose consequences on cyber adversaries.
Interested in attending the NetDiligence Cyber Risk Summit Philadelphia 2022?
This year’s Cyber Risk Summit Philadelphia will feature three days of workshops and panel discussions by leading cyber experts who share their insights on hot topics, trends, and cybersecurity concerns.
Connect with leaders in cyber risk and privacy liability and learn from their experiences on current and emerging concerns in today’s cyber risk landscape.